Change log for Lockdown
Please remember to uninstall old version of the plugin before upgrading
1. In the Finder open the folder Home > Library > Application Support > RapidWeaver.
2. Find the Lockdown.rwplugin and move it to the trash.
Feb 28, 2011
- Prevents linking to resources for redirect
- Fixes a problem when using usernames with a single quote in them
- Fixes problem with Japanese.
- Fixes a problem some people saw with slow typing in Leopard.
- Snow Leopard (10.6) compatibility fix
- Referrer links would sometimes disable themselves. This fixes it
- Fixes a problem with Lockdown links and RapidWeaver® 4.2.2
- Lockdown will now warn the user if there is a space in the file path (the warning comes when they visit the page)
- Fixed a problem where spaces in the folder or file name would cause a server error or ‘error pages’
- Lockdown now requires that you enable password protection before it allows you to actually enter usernames & passwords.
- Updated Lockdown to use the more modern 'page inspector' for it's settings.
- Sparkle Support in RapidWeaver 4.x
- Improved the icon -- Previously it looked horrible during save/recall
- New Feature: If you import usernames & passwords there is an optional 3rd & 4th field. The third column is the expire date and the fourth column is the redirect URL.
- Fixed problems with German Localization over 1.75
- Improves performance and stability under RapidWeaver 4.0 (but still works fine in 3.6)
- Lockdown is now compatible with certain big cats out of cupertino. At the same time it remains compatible with existing Big Cats. Please install this if you plan to upgrade to OSX 10.5 (Leopard)
- Added "MD5/Crypt" option to localized versions of Lockdown (French & German)
- Fixed a problem where sometimes escaped HTML would end up in the .htaccess file
- Fixed an issue on some hosts where the username wasn't always showing up reliably.
- New Option: you can now select how to encrypt passwords, "MD5" or "CRYPT". This option because some (a very small number) of webservers don't recognize "MD5" style passwords. If you can't get Lockdown to recognize passwords changing to "CRYPT" might fix it for you. If Lockdown is working OK for you there is no particular reason to upgrade.
- Fixed the 'substringFromIndex' error introduced in 1.65u
- Email to godaddy should work again (godaddy was stopping it, I think calling it spam so I've reworded it-- it should work for now)
- 401 errors (authorization) should not redirect (more or less) better. It works a little strange since it will go to the redirect page but you won't see it themed properly (graphics & css won't look right)... This is the best I've been able to come up with.
- French Localization improved (Thanks Laurent!)
- Added the much-requested per-user login feature
- Lockdown will now mark a page as 'modified' if you add users
- Lockdown now embeds it's version number in your web page as a comment to help with troubleshooting